Kobe Beef. This is something I knew very little about until I went to Las Vegas. When I did learn about it, I found it rather interesting. Thus, I will share this learned knowledge with you.
Kobe beef is a breed of Japanese cattle raise on secret traditions dating back to second century Japan. They are raised on a diet of beer and grain and are touted to produce meat so tender that it rivals fois gras (duck or geese liver). The animals are massaged daily and a pound of Kobe beef can cost as much as $300.
Thing to walk away with: If you eat a diet of beer and grains you’ll be worth more per pound than if you didn’t, but it’s only because people want to eat you. Your choice.